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Shark AV911S EZ Robot Vacuum with Self-Empty Base, Bagless, Row-by-Row Cleaning, Perfect for Pet Hair, Compatible with Alexa, Wi-Fi, Gray

Original price was: $499.99.Current price is: $461.48.

(8 customer reviews)
Last updated on June 21, 2024 12:31 am Details
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  • FORGET ABOUT VACUUMING: The bagless, self-emptying base holds up to 30 days of dirt and debris.
  • INCREDIBLE SUCTION: Deep-cleaning power to tackle large and small debris, and pet hair.
  • ROW-BY-ROW CLEANING: Methodically cleans row by row, room to room for complete coverage.
  • RECHARGE & RESUME: It returns to the base, recharges, and can pick up where it left off.
  • PERFECT FOR PETS: Capture dust, dander, and allergens.
  • APP/VOICE CONTROL: Easily start cleaning with Google Assistant, Alexa, or one tap in the app.
  • MULTI-SURFACE CLEANING: Multi-surface brushroll pulls in dirt and debris from carpets and floors.
  • HANDLE EDGES AND CORNERS: With its dual spinning side brushes, no debris is safe.
  • WHAT’S INCLUDED: Shark EZ Robot Vacuum, Self-Empty Base, (2) Side Brushes & Filter.

Specification: Shark AV911S EZ Robot Vacuum with Self-Empty Base, Bagless, Row-by-Row Cleaning, Perfect for Pet Hair, Compatible with Alexa, Wi-Fi, Gray

Product Dimensions

13.38 x 18.5 x 11.42 inches

Item Weight

12.23 pounds

Manufacturer

SharkNinja

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

AV911S

Batteries

1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

Assembly Required

No

Number of Pieces

1

Warranty Description

1 year limited warranty.

Batteries Required

Yes

Included Components

(2) Side Brushes, Shark EZ Robot, Filter, Self-Empty Base

Photos: Shark AV911S EZ Robot Vacuum with Self-Empty Base, Bagless, Row-by-Row Cleaning, Perfect for Pet Hair, Compatible with Alexa, Wi-Fi, Gray

8 reviews for Shark AV911S EZ Robot Vacuum with Self-Empty Base, Bagless, Row-by-Row Cleaning, Perfect for Pet Hair, Compatible with Alexa, Wi-Fi, Gray

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  1. Darren W.

    First let’s start off with some clarifications. I have used the roomba vacs with their version of a auto empty feature and after using the shark I can tell some difference. Coming from a guy that has a German shedder (shepherd), pet hair is always a big concern as well as hair wrapping around the roller etc

    Carpet: don’t expect ANY robot vac to be good with carpet. I own shark standup vacs and they work great on carpet. The robot vacuums (shark or roomba) do not pick up that good on carpet and I don’t care what they say about this new shark version having better suction power, it’s false. I have used this model AV### and the previous model RV###(thanks to a sale at Sam’s club). It’s plain and simple, expect to vacuum your rugs and carpets after this thing is done because hair will be left behind etc.
    Roomba isn’t any better, same issues with carpet, no robot vacuum has the power to eliminate hair on carpet as compared to a regular standup vacuum. Just don’t have unrealistic exceptions and you’ll be pleased

    Hardwoods/tile/concrete flooring: this thing works great, and most robo vacs work great on flat surfaces such as hardwood floors etc. I found no difference between the shark and roomba brands when it comes to NON-CARPET areas.

    Hair warp on rollers: shark is the clear winner here, their roller rarely has hair clumped up in it as you would expect with any vacuum but shark is superior in the area. The roomba has a dual rubber rollers which is nice but can cause hair to wrap or get stuck in the roller rather than being sucked into the dust bin.

    Noise: this one makes me laugh, it’s a vacuum…a vacuum cleaner is going to be loud regardless. So if you want something quiet..I suggest a dust pan and broom ;). Get over the noise if you want a powerful cleaner and not some cheap version of a robot vac that doesn’t pick up anything

    In comparison, shark wins! Lower price point which is reasonable, roomba is outrageous for their pricing. If you want to charge that much for a robot vacuum (roomba, almost $800) then you better be able to pick up everything and pet hair on carpet areas. Like I said, none of them are that impressive so don’t get your hopes up.

    Coming from a pet owner, this shark robot vac is great and helps tremendously with keeping up with all the hair and no hair wrapped in the vac. Worth the money but I would buy the older version because it’s cheaper and the suction power is not any better in my book. Both versions work great on all non carpet surfaces. Only drawback for shark is that they need to update their app. You can only schedule one time per day to run an auto schedule. This needs to be improved to multiple times per day and they will be knocking it out of the park.

    Very similar features to roomba but needs some slight upgrades on the app. Also you don’t need bags for the auto dispensing home thing for shark. Big plus! Roomba makes you buy these stupid little bags that don’t hold much. Shark is on the right track and I’m sure it will get better and better. Don’t waste your money on roomba, it’s just the name brand we all know and they are ahead in the technology but shark is right behind. Roomba is not work your money, get this shark and save some money, best auto dispensing system to date. Just improve the app a little and make a powerful robot vacuum to clean up pet hair on carpets and you will kill this market share. Thanks for joining my Ted Talk, enjoy your day!

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  2. C. Clegg

    The robot runs 5 days a week on our main floor, sunken living room and lower levels of the house. Think this is my best purchase in years! Because of COVID, we don’t have our regular housekeeper coming in. Keeps the floors clean and reduces dust everywhere else despite a cat and dog.

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  3. gawettla

    I got this to replace a Neato robotics D3.
    I can say the Neato D3 cleans way better than this thing.
    The reason I got this over the Neato, is the life expectancy of a Neato D3 is about 2 years, and the Neato WIFI connectivity is atrocious.
    I am hoping this thing connects better and lasts longer.

    On the plus side, the Shark does to mapping navigation and it can clean large areas recharging as needed/

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  4. Amazon Customer

    I have a health condition that prevents me from vacuuming as often as I should to keep up with three shedding dogs. Years ago, I purchased a robotic vacuum but it couldn’t keep up with the fur balls and dust bunnies that were taking over the house. Plus, emptying the dust bin and untangling the roller were tedious and time consuming. Well, my life has been changed by my Shark IQ robot vacuum with its self emptying bin. It really has impacted our household favourably and lifts my spirits when ever I see him doing his job. I have named it “Pierre” and he quietly moves through the house doing a wonderful job. My sister-in-law purchased a unit after seeing Pierre in action. This is a fantastic robot vacuum…Pierre, I love you.

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  5. Mason

    Works great. The mapping works well and had my entire home layout developed accurately over the course of a few runs. It is good at heading straight for the dock from the farthest point in the house. One of the things I found most difficult to find out before purchasing was whether the app was going to support “no go” zones and was happy to find out that it does have no go zones for spots you don’t want the robot to go near. One thing I did not like was the durability of the brushes it came with. After one run over my rug the bristles on one side completely came undone. The other one is still in tact and it actually still cleans the rug and rest of the floors well. I have since ordered some new ones to see how they will work out. A design flaw I don’t like is the location of the on/off switch. It is located on the side of the robot and happens to be at the same height as all my spring door stoppers. Every now and then, when trying to go around the springs it will actually push itself into the spring and shut itself off.

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  6. Dhilip KR

    1. The brush roll is a bad design, gets tangled so frequently and gets stuck.
    2. All rooms on the map vanished for the 5th time and had to recreate this again.
    3. The device struggles to work with the map. I select a room to clean and it keeps running around in the same space where the base is placed. This has happened so frequently that it is so annoying. You want a robot to do something so you don’t need to be around to look after the task. This completely defeats the purpose as I have to keep watching it every time it doesn’t go to the room that it is supposed. I have to turn it to dock again and restart again a couple times and keep watching it for 5-6 mins. coz it keeps running in the same room for a few rounds before it actually takes the turn to the right room.
    For something priced at $600, this is really a pathetic device.

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  7. Coyote Woman

    I now have three of these as I have a very large home. I did not want to overwork “the girls”. I have named them all and they manage to keep the floors well dusted for us. I am not young (80) and it is not the easiest for me to clean this home. Now if they could only do the dusting of furniture and also scrub the bathrooms it would be heavenly.

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  8. ZELSKA

    First time with a robot vac. Did research and read all reviews, pros and cons and decided this was best for price. Ran for first time today and here are initial observations. Will update as I use it more. 1) this is not a plug and play item. I did have to spend time going around the house taping down extension cords, moving small items that can get knocked over, and marking where certain items of furniture are because apparently if an item moves from location it was at when robot mapped area it will get confused ( there were several reviews that mentioned that as an issue so I just went ahead and marked items that tend to be moved like a coffee table, and chairs (I used little pieces of a tape called “ gaffer tape” which is excellent because it holds well but doesn’t leave ANY residue when removed. Available on Amazon. 2) the model number used on amazon for this item is NOT the same as the model number on the robot, important because when calling tech support if you give this model # they don’t know what you’re talking about. 3) Had no problems setting up and connecting to wifi. 4) ran it on ECO mode because some of the reviews said it was better while it’s still mapping the house -will map it faster because battery lasts longer. I HAVE PETS therefore endless hair and debris and was impressed with suction at the ECO level which is the least strong suction setting. I Won’t try the other two modes until robot finished mapping. 5) there were a couple of areas where it got stuck but after a min or two it found its way out on its own, probably best not to help it unless it’s stuck for more time 6) it lasted 2 hrs and had to return to dock to empty itself twice (2nd time there was an issue described below. at times it seemed it wasn’t going to find its way back to dock but it did. 7) when it went through living room it missed area between sofa and coffee table, however, after doing the kitchen it went back to living room and found the missed area. 8) TWO BIG CONS: the previous model RV1000AE (apparently the one I bought is pretty new as of DEC 2020) has a SELF CLEANING BRUSH which is supposed to prevent long human hair wrap around the brush as was a feature I really wanted because this household has long haired humans , this model DOES NOT come with that. It has what they call a multi surface brush which is basically a regular bristle brush where my long hair got tangled and i had to tear, cut it off brush. Big bummer. ACCORDING to tech support one cannot buy the self cleaning brush to attach to this model. You would think Shark would make the bots so you could switch brushes if you wanted. Also, in the first 2 hr run an error message to empty the dust bin in the robot ( not the base) came up. While the bot and bristle brush did a great job of scraping the pet hair off the carpet, it bunched up in the dust bin and the base was not able to suck it up the 2nd time, I had to manually empty robot dust bin. Big bummer. 9) You need BOUNDARY STRIPS to keep bot out of areas you don’t want it. This model DOES NOT COME WITH THEM, whereas the previous model does. Chintzy move by Shark. OVERALL I am happy with it. I hope the problem with the dust bin clogging to the point of not self emptying will resolve itself after continuous use. I have both carpet and hardwood floors ( on which I have area rugs) and it has no problem transitioning from one to the other. Even though it’s not perfect I can now have a daily vacuuming of my house without me having to do it (I have a very bad back and knees and there is no way I could vacuum every day). As the bot is not finished mapping I haven’t tried any of the APP features-scheduling or picking a specific room to clean— I’m hoping the APP will work well because that was one of the major complaints I read in all the reviews…..the reviews I read were for the previous model because at time of purchase there was only one review for this model. As of now worth the money, it was on sale for $499 when I bought it.

    12/25 update. On original review I had given it only 3 stars, now I give it 5. One of the CONS mentioned previously seems to have resolved, running it every day means less pet hair and debris so the dust bin on bot has not clogged again. still have to check brush for tangled human hair and rip/cut it off but I have to do that with normal vacs so I can live with it. Bot finished mapping house after 4.6 hrs of running ( a lot faster than what reviews had complained about). IMPORTANT, it is best to have the “CHARGE N RESUME feature on while mapping if big house, mine is 1900 sq ft, so it completes map faster. This feature does not mean the bot will re start vacuuming after it charges, it just means it will resume in area where it stopped. Final floor plan was pretty darn accurate (lot of negative reviews about the mapping being inaccurate), also found it relatively easy to create rooms. Have an iPhone 11, don’t know if type of phone was the issue for those who complained about difficulty with the feature. I do wish there was an option to create CUSTOM room labels. When creating rooms I found it’s best to zoom the floor plan when creating room lines, otherwise the named room may not correspond exactly to the actual room. This feature is a must because bot only completes 80% of house on ONE charge, then have to wait 3 hrs, so if u don’t want to wait that long to get a specific room done ……. The actual run time on ECO mode is approx 1hr40mins not 2 as previously stated, and the charge time is approx 3 hrs. The dust bin gets emptied at least once during that time. Many times bot seems to be lost- it will do 1/2 living room then go to bedroom then go back to missed area in living.. not a big deal as it gets it done. BOUNDARY STRIPS- don’t know yet if the NO GO ZONE feature in APP can replace the use of strips- for big areas maybe, but I have strips around pet water bowl and I don’t think I can make that a no go zone so I don’t have to have the strips. Will experiment with that feature as I’m not thrilled about having boundary strips in certain areas. My silly dog was initially scared of the strips and wouldn’t walk over them to get to her bed. Dog doesn’t love the bot she’s a scaredy-cat so she goes outside when in use… it only took the cat 2 runs of bot before she realized it’s harmless… hope to see her riding it some day 🙂 ….
    I am still impressed about the amount of stuff this thing is sucking up on ECO mode, and it is not overly noisy.I can only assume the other 2 modes are suction beasts but probably a lot noisier and drain battery faster.

    Though not perfect, if one is willing to spend the time for set up and understanding it’s quirks, it is definitely worth the $$$ …I’m very happy.

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    Shark AV911S EZ Robot Vacuum with Self-Empty Base, Bagless, Row-by-Row Cleaning, Perfect for Pet Hair, Compatible with Alexa, Wi-Fi, Gray
    Shark AV911S EZ Robot Vacuum with Self-Empty Base, Bagless, Row-by-Row Cleaning, Perfect for Pet Hair, Compatible with Alexa, Wi-Fi, Gray

    Original price was: $499.99.Current price is: $461.48.

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